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September 2, 2010 4:17:20 PM

Hello. I'm currently running a set up with a motherboard that the offical specs says that it supports PC3-8500 and PC3-10666, so when I built the PC i naturally bought the 1333 Mhz set of ram (two sticks of 2GB). But now the 10666 type has kinda died out a bit. But after a bit of research I'm starting to realize that the difference between 10600 and 10666 is just different manufacturers ways of rounding of the math.

So simple question, with simalar latency, would it be possible to mix a 2x2GB set of 10666 with a 2x2GB set of 10600 if it have relatively alike timing?

Thanks!

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September 3, 2010 12:15:56 AM

hermith said:
Hello. I'm currently running a set up with a motherboard that the offical specs says that it supports PC3-8500 and PC3-10666, so when I built the PC i naturally bought the 1333 Mhz set of ram (two sticks of 2GB). But now the 10666 type has kinda died out a bit. But after a bit of research I'm starting to realize that the difference between 10600 and 10666 is just different manufacturers ways of rounding of the math.

So simple question, with simalar latency, would it be possible to mix a 2x2GB set of 10666 with a 2x2GB set of 10600 if it have relatively alike timing?

Thanks!


Yes. It may take a little tweaking to get them both running on the same page but nothing I don't think you can't handle with a little work. Good Luck! We are here to help you out!
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